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Acting Director KEMRI, Dr. Yeri Kombe, explains to the Governor of Taita Taveta County H.E. Granton Samboja how KEMRI hand sanitizer, KEMrub works, when the former paid a courtesy call on him at the County Headquarters in Wundanyi.

KEMRI's hand sanitizer KEMRrub is a product manufactured at the KEMRI's Production Department


 

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Kenya’s Principal Secretary for Health visits KEMRI

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KEMRI’s Production Manager, Dr. James Kimotho explains a point to Kenya’s Principal Secretary for Health, Mr. Julius Korir (second left) and the Director of Medical Services, Dr. Jackson Kioko (left) when the two visited KEMRI on Wednesday, 16th, August 2017.

Looking on is Dr. Yeri Kombe, the Acting Director, KEMRI, his deputies, Mr. Kamau Mugenda and Dr. Evans Amukoye.




 

KEMRI’s Coastal Research Capacity to expand

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Governor, Kwale County Salim Mvurya, tries to fit a lab coat presented to him by the Acting Director, KEMRI, Dr. Yeri Kombe, shortly after the unveiling of 100 acre piece of land donated to KEMRI by the County government to construct a research complex worth Kes. 15 Billion on Tuesday, 1st August 2017.

The complex will have among other facilities, research laboratory, Referral and Teaching Level five Hospital, manufacturing plant, Graduate School and conference halls.




 

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KEMRI has six (6) Main Programmes aligned to the KEMRI Strategic Master plan and the Vision 2030.

Upcoming Events

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The 8th KASH Conference, scheduled for Februray14th-16th, 2018, Nairobi, Kenya.

World Hepatitis Day



Dr. Julius Tuwei, Head of Hepatitis Lab, KEMRI discussing Hepatitis ahead of World Hepatitis Day observed every July 28th.

Cholera

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Cholera is an acute enteric infection caused by the ingestion of bacterium Vibrio cholerae present in faecally contaminated water or food. WHO